One of the best in RKO's "Average Man" series; for once Edgar's family isn't *too* annoying and there's even a happy ending of sorts for Mr. Kennedy. Franklyn Pangborn is a standout as a Greenwich Village artist, watch him run circles around Florence's double-talk.
With Edgar Kennedy, Florence Lake, Dot Farley, William Eugene, Franklyn Pangborn, and musical comedy performer Mona Ray, in one of her rare screen appearances. Story & direction by the long-unsung (though not by The Mafiosi) Harry Sweet.
This forum is nearly identical to the previous forum. The difference? Discussions about comedy from the SOUND era.
1 post • Page 1 of 1
"Of course he smiled -- just like you and me." -- Harold Goodwin, on Buster Keaton (1976)
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests